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Raske's New England Streamers

By Bob Skehan


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Green Beauty

  • Head: black
  • Tag: flat silver tinsel
  • Body: orange floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white bucktail extending beyond the barb of the hook, then a golden pheasant crest curving upward
  • Wing: 5-6 strands of peacock herl, over which are 4 olive-green saddle hackles.
  • Shoulders: wood duck or dyed mallard, 1/3 the length of wing
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Green Hornet

  • Head: black
  • Body: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white bucktail to bend of hook
  • Wing: 4 strands of peacock herl, over which are 2 olive saddle hackles flanked by 2 badger saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: 2 heavily-barred "church window" body feathers from a male ringneck pheasant
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Gray Ghost

  • Head: black
  • Tag: flat silver tinsel
  • Body: orange floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: 4-5 strands of peacock herl, then a small bunch of white bucktail, both extending to the bend of hook. Under this is a bunch of white hackle barbules, then a golden pheasant crest feather as long as the shoulder, and curving upward.
  • Wing: A golden pheasant crest feather curving downward, over which are four olive-gray saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: silver pheasant body feather
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Greyhound

  • Head: red
  • Tag: flat silver tinsel
  • Tail: red hackle barbules
  • Body: red floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: 6-7 strands of peacock herl, then a small bunch of white bucktail both extending beyond the bend of the hook. Under this is a small bunch of red hackle barbules.
  • Wing: four light grey saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: jungle cock body feather extending 1/3 the length of the wing
  • Cheeks: jungle cock, tied short

 

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